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Deputy Involved Fight May Flame San Vicente Inn Controversy

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West Hollywood Sheriff’s deputies were involved in a fight when responding to the San Vicente Inn tonight, at 845 San Vicente Blvd.

The call for assistance came at about 7:10PM when at least some deputies were on the scene requesting assistance.

San Vicente Inn pool in a promotional photo.

A struggle went on for a good amount of time as several additional deputies arrived for backup, at which point the suspect continued to struggle.

We presume this was related to the inn keeping operations on the property, and not the Klean drug treatment center that has (or had) taken over part of the property, which has an entry on Hilldale Avenue.

Klean may have stopped operating for now, however, as the city sent them a cease and desist letter a month or so ago after many residents of the Norma Triangle area made loud protests of their presence.  The Klean website has been taken down other than a basic page with a few lines of business information. Some reports say the facility is continuing to operate as a sober living house rather than treatment center.

The San Vicente Inn, on the other hand, hardly needs an introduction due to its notoriety as a nude resort where sex and drugs have reportedly been rampant over the years.

Whichever side the fight happened on may help fuel the argument for or against use of the property for Klean’s drug treatment or sober living facility.  If related to Klean, it just may be the final nail in the coffin for the facility.  On the other hand, it could serve as an example of why Klean is a better use of the property if on the San Vicente Inn side.

But the third argument that some in the community are making is that the entire property would best serve the community if it were returned to housing stock.  That hardly seems like a realistic and viable economic proposition for the owners of the property unless it were redeveloped into higher density development.

And that itself may be of questionable economic viability, not to mention community controversy in itself.

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  1. James Colin Campbell

    August 19, 2012 at 7:55 PM

    The San Vicente inn needs a total overall- make it a cool bed and breakfast style botique hotel that appeals to travelers of all varieties, repait, remodel, and rename it

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WEST HOLLYWOOD — The City of West Hollywood has updated its website with information and links to resources for a range of programs to assist residents and businesses, and they say they are implementing additional programs to respond to the coronavirus (COVID-19) emergency.

For the latest City of West Hollywood information, visit weho.org/coronavirus .

The City’s website features information about rental assistance and eviction protections for renters facing economic hardship due to coronavirus; links to resources for workers and businesses; and information for seniors to connect to services from community organizations and find out about basics such as current neighborhood grocery store hours.

There are also details about the Safer at Home LA County Order, which urges all community members to stay at home to reduce transmission of coronavirus. 

As a reminder, West Hollywood City Hall is currently closed to the public and is suspending all in-person transactions. All public City buildings and facilities are closed.

City Hall will remain accessible for business and essential services with transactions to be conducted by phone (323) 848-6400 and via the City’s website at www.weho.org

The City encourages community members to continue to follow @wehocity on Twitter and Facebook and Instagram and turn on notifications for up-to-date information.

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LA County Workers Cut Down Beach Volleyball Nets Due to Coronavirus

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LOS ANGELES (TMZ) — The coronavirus pandemic is giving new meaning to the March tradition of cutting down nets … beaches across Los Angeles County are making sure no one plays volleyball.

L.A. County workers are busy cutting down volleyball nets across the Santa Monica, this only hours after California Governor Gavin Newsom ordered residents to stay home to help slow down the spread of the novel virus.

The decision to take volleyball off the table makes sense when you think about it … everyone in a volleyball match touches the ball, and they’re usually sweating and perspiring, which is not a good combination when it comes to COVID-19.

Despite the “Safer at Home” order for California residents, people can still go outside to walk and get exercise … officials urged folks not to congregate at the beach, and now there’s no way to get a volleyball game going.

We’re used to seeing basketball players cut down the nets during March Madness … but that’s just another annual tradition suspended due to the pandemic.

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WeHo JFS Service Changes For Seniors and Others Due to Virus

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WEST HOLLYWOOD — The City of West Hollywood is taking every precaution to prioritize community health and well being to respond to coronavirus disease (COVID-19).

The City is getting the word out about updates regarding services for seniors at the West Hollywood Comprehensive Services Center at Plummer Park and services available from Jewish Family Service of Los Angeles (JFS)

  • JFS has immediately cancelled all activities at the West Hollywood Comprehensive Services Center at Plummer Park until April 10, 2020 as a precaution to safeguard health and safety and JFS will make assessments as the situation evolves;
  • The JFS meal site will provide a frozen meal for each client coming to its meal sites on Monday, March 16, 2020 and Tuesday, March 17, 2020 and the organization anticipates providing additional meals for clients in order to minimize client contact and support recommendations for social distancing;
  • Additionally, SOVA, the JFS food pantry, located on Pico and Robertson Boulevards, continues to remain open for community members.

The JFS West Hollywood Comprehensive Service Center remains a vital resource for seniors and people with disabilities and it will continue to be operational at this time. Operated by Jewish Family Service of Los Angeles (JFS), funded in large part by the City of West Hollywood, and located in the community center at Plummer Park, the Center is a one-stop source of support and assistance.

In response to concerns about coronavirus, JFS requests that community members contact the Center by phone instead of in person. Currently, case managers are reaching out to connect with clients and assess needs. For more information, please call (323) 851-8202.

For additional information about social services in the City of West Hollywood, please call (323) 848-6510.

The City of West Hollywood will post updates on its website at weho.org/coronavirus. The City is updating its calendar and information will be available at weho.org/calendar.

For updates from the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health about Coronavirus, please visit publichealth.lacounty.gov/media/Coronavirus.

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